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Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman Are Separating

Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman

Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman are separating after more than 30 years of marriage, their rep confirms to TVGuide.com.

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Homeland, Louie Among 2012 TCA Award Winners

Claire Danes

The Television Critics Association has announced the winners of the 28th Annual TCA Awards. The event, held in the Beverly Hilton Saturday, was hosted by Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston and honored the best programming of the 2011-2012season.

Among the winners were Game of Thrones, Homeland, Switched at Birth, and Louie, which scored its first TCA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy. read more

Review: TBS' Son Never Rises

Steve Byrne

"NORM!"

Oh, sorry, I momentarily mistook TBS' new sitcom for something funny. Like Cheers — echoes of which kept ringing in my TV memory bank as I slogged my way through the back-to-back episodes of the instantly forgettable Sullivan & Son (Thursday, 10/9c), the channel's latest attempt to produce something as amusing as the popular sitcom repeats that pepper the TBS schedule. read more

Sullivan & Son’s Steve Byrne on Leaving Stand-Up, Cheers Comparisons and Oasis

Steve Byrne

Despite the fact that they work on the set of a (fake) bar, the cast of TBS' new comedy, Sullivan & Son know to keep things professional. But after closing time, all bets are off. Especially if Oasis' "Don't Look Back in Anger" comes on the jukebox.

"We did this DJ junket last weekend, and we all met at this restaurant. I asked the DJ to play it, and myself and the rest of the cast stood around this fountain and sang that song. [Co-star] Owen Benjamin ended up jumping into the fountain and splashing everybody," co-creator, executive producer and star Steve Byrne tells TVGuide.com. "That's when the booze was kicking in."

Check out photos from Sullivan & Son

Such is life working on a show set a... read more

Homeland Tops Nominations for TV Critics Association Awards

Damian Lewis and Claire Danes

Freshman drama Homeland grabbed a leading four nominations for the Television Critics Association Awards.

The Showtime series was nominated for Best New Series, Best Drama Series and Best Program of the Year. Leading lady Claire Danes was also singled out for her individual performance.

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Following close behind with three nominations were critically acclaimed series Breaking Bad, Mad Men and Game of Thrones, each nominated for Best Drama Series and Best Program of the Year, along with individual performances from Bryan Cranston, Jon Hamm and Peter Dinklage, respectively.

Among this year's Heritage Award nominees are Saturday Night Live, Lost, Cheers, Star Trek and Twin Peaks.

The TCA Awards will be handed out Saturday, July 28.

Check out a full list of nominees: read more

Could Wedding Bells Be Ringing on Drop Dead Diva?

Drop Dead Diva

"The season is definitely heading towards a wedding with Jane and somebody."

That's right, Drop Dead Diva's former model-turned-lawyer — in another body, natch — may soon be walking down the aisle, according to creator Josh Berman, who says Jane (Brooke Elliott) will find herself in the middle of a love triangle between Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and Owen (Lex Medlin). However, the tables have turned this season, with Jane trying to move on from her former love while Grayson is coming closer to uncovering her secret: That she's his ex-girlfriend Deb. But is it too late for Grayson and Jane, especially after he shared that smooch with Stacy (April Bowlby)?

Exclusive: Drop Dead Diva rounds up Patty Duke, Emily Rutherford and more for guest spots

Berman dishes on what's in store for the fourth season, which he says will be the "most satisfying" for fans of the couple who cannot be. Also, with a new guardian angel coming on this season, what does this mean for Fred (Ben Feldman, who's currently recurring on Mad Men)? And, how did Kim Kardashian handle all the jokes about her past? Get the scoop: read more

The Biz: Inside the Peacock's Peak Years

Top of the Rock: Inside the Rise and Fall of Must See TV

The DVR and online video streaming of your favorite shows has turned Must See TV into Must See When I Get Around to It. But Warren Littlefield, former entertainment president of NBC, has reminded us of what was possible not so long ago. His new book, Top of The Rock: Inside the Rise and Fall of Must See TV (May 1, Doubleday), recounts his successful run at the network and the inside stories of the shows that... read more

An Open Letter to Once Upon a Time: Let Snow and Charming Be Together Already!

Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas

Dear Once Upon a Time,

Please stop toying with our emotions! Every few episodes you bring Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) together — or their Storybrooke counterparts, Mary and David —only to tear them apart again.

The continued heartbreak is killing us.

Once Upon a Time bosses on breaking up Snow White, Prince Charming and more burning questions

Castle and Bones skirt the Moonlighting curse season after season, and Snow and Charming's continued obstacles have... read more

Exclusive: Cheers' John Ratzenberger Joins Drop Dead Diva

John Ratzenberger, Kate Levering

Say hello to daddy!

Cheers alum John Ratzenberger will guest-star in the upcoming season of Drop Dead Diva, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

The 64-year-old actor will play... read more

NBC Developing The Office Spin-Off About Dwight Schrute

Rainn Wilson

NBC is planting the seeds for a spin-off of The Office centered on Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) and the Schrute family beet farm, Deadline reports.

The series, which would tentatively launch in early 2013, would follow Dwight's life outside of Dunder Mifflin at his family's beet farm and bed and breakfast. The beet farm has been featured in several episodes stemming back to Season 2, with The Office and Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur playing the role of Dwight's business partner and... read more

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Premiered: September 30, 1982, on NBC
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: This hugely successful, multi-Emmy-winning sitcom is set in a friendly Boston bar run by Sam Malone, a former Red Sox pitcher and recovering alcoholic. A brilliantly written and performed ensemble comedy filled with colorful characters, the series, in its first five years, revolved around the on again-off again, dysfunctional romance between Sam and brainy waitress Diane. The series bowed in September 1982, ran for 11 seasons and spun off another all-time classic, 'Frasier.'

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